I now have quotation template that is now polished through trial and error. After my potential client meeting, I email the quotation to the client straightaway.
It seems that my template has done it rounds. One of the potential client asked me to beat a quotation from another accountant who is now using my quotation template. I am not too bothered by this. I do not think I would have been any different.
My question - is it best to give an email quotation? The reason I ask is because email is passed around to get a "better" quote.
What is the practice in general do people give a written (email) quotation?
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